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    Caribbean: Walter Rodney: Prophet of self-emancipation
    Walter Rodney
    By Wazir Mohamed
    June 11, 2010 - pambazuka.org


    Thirty years after the murder of Guyana-born scholar and activist Walter Rodney, Wazir Mohamed considers the role of imperialism and the big powers in the silencing of ‘a defender of the people’s right to equality’.

    June 13, 2010 will mark 30 years since Walter Rodney 'the prophet of self-emancipation' was murdered in Guyana at the hands of a brutal dictator acting in cahoots with the agents of international capital. In commemorating the life of Walter Rodney, it is our responsibility to contextualise his killing and to remind ourselves of the role of imperialism and the pivotal role of the big powers in his silencing.

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